Worried about the future of democracy? Want to understand how modern political campaigns work?

Install the free Who Targets Me browser extension to crowdsource political ads, see who’s targeting your vote and protect democracy.

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For the 2019 UK election, we’ve also created Notify, a daily alert of the latest political ads you’re interested in, a Leaderboard and ‘Hexmap‘ of how the ads are appearing in individual constituencies and a ‘bar chart race‘ of how millions of pounds is being spent online by the major parties.

Over 30,000 people in 100+ countries have installed Who Targets Me to crowdsource political adverts and protect democracy.

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Localised for use in the UK, EU, US, Canada, Australia, Israel and Ukraine with more countries being added all the time. Currently available in 20+ languages.

Politicians use big data and microtargeting to reach people on social media with personalised adverts aimed at winning their support.

The billions of ads they buy on social media platforms play a vital role in every modern election campaign.

Yet there is little research in this area because social media companies have only recently started sharing even a portion of data on the subject.

Who Targets Me is working with people across the world to change that.

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The Who Targets Me browser extension scans your Facebook newsfeed for ‘Sponsored’ posts (ignoring everything else).

The Sponsored posts are matched against categorised lists of political advertisers and displays data about who’s targeting you.

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